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    Hope this is the right place to ask this.
    I have 3 computers on my subnet, a laptop running windows xp with all latest updates and ZoneAlarm firewall.
    Another PC running windows xp sp2 with zoneAlarm firewall.
    And an asus netbook running ubuntu.
    Now, when running Nmap on my subnet I've encountered 2 problems:
    1.I can't get any signal from my first laptop running (updated) win xp. I've disabled pinging (PN) and still nothing. I tried scanning the specific IP (also designated port 80) and still no result. Any idea how can I find this station with nmap ?
    2.When scanning my subnet I found that my router has an open port for a printer. I must say that I definitely didn't open any port on the router, plus when I looked where to disable this option on the router (from the browser GUI) I found nothing regarding any printers.
    Any help would be welcomed.

    Guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy_l View Post
    Hope this is the right place to ask this.
    I have 3 computers on my subnet, a laptop running windows xp with all latest updates and ZoneAlarm firewall.
    Another PC running windows xp sp2 with zoneAlarm firewall.
    And an asus netbook running ubuntu.
    Now, when running Nmap on my subnet I've encountered 2 problems:
    1.I can't get any signal from my first laptop running (updated) win xp. I've disabled pinging (PN) and still nothing. I tried scanning the specific IP (also designated port 80) and still no result. Any idea how can I find this station with nmap ?
    2.When scanning my subnet I found that my router has an open port for a printer. I must say that I definitely didn't open any port on the router, plus when I looked where to disable this option on the router (from the browser GUI) I found nothing regarding any printers.
    Any help would be welcomed.

    Guy.
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